You can stream (and purchase) Last Chance to Reason's new full-length Level 3 over at their bandcamp.
You can stream Nothing Violates This Nature, sophomore effort of All Pigs Must Die, over at Revolver Mag. The supergroup contains members of Converge, The Hope Conspiracy, and Bloodhorse.
Moving Mountains have posted a live studio video of "Swing Set," our first peek at the new direction of their upcoming self-titled album. Much more relaxed than Waves, it feels closer in spirit to the Owel album that blew a couple of us away back in February.
Gearing up for a summer release, Voyage in Coma have released a video for "Further," which you can see here.
Bivocaled post-rock/hardcore outfit Iselia have just premiered "Dark Premonition" off their upcoming sophomore full-length.
Donald Glover, aka Childish Gambino, has just dropped new single "Centipede," which you can hear right here. Be sure to stick around for the three-minute mark.
A stream of Baroness‘ coming live EP, “Live At Maida Vale“, can be found in full over at Altpress.com. Relapse will have the EP—which captures a July 12th, 2012 BBC Radio 1performance—in stores tomorrow, July 23rd.
A Storm Of Light will return with a new album titled “Nations To Flames” on September 17th viaSouthern Lord Recordings. Soundgarden guitarist Kim Thayil will once again guest on the album, as will Will Lindsay of Indian/Nachtmystium fame. You can find a stream of the new track “Fall” online below via Revolvermag.com
Jesu‘s new album “Every Day I Get Closer To The Light From Which I Came” has been set for a September 24th North American release. Jesu is of course one of the many musical projects fromJustin K. Broadrick of Godflesh, etc. fame.
A stream of Volto's new album Incitare can be found through Rollingstone.com in advance of its digital release July 23. A physical release will follow on August 6. Volto notably feature Tool drummer Danny Carey within their ranks.
Mark your calendars: September 10, Triple Crown records.
1. Swing Set
2. Burn Pile
5. Eastern Leaves
7. Under A Falling Sky
And if you're into that sort of thing, teaser below:
Fans of anything from power metal, folk metal, and evil creatures rejoice! Everyone's favorite (and only) goblin metal band, Nekrogoblikon, is back with a new album. Power is set for self-release on August 27.
For a taste of what the band is about, you can head to the replies for a recently-released music video for the track "No One Survives". You seriously should check it out, as the video and song are quite potent.
You can check out the band via its goblin-infested Facebook page.
English progressive metal troupe The Safety Fire is set to release Mouth of Swords on September 2nd. If you need a reason to be interested in this bit of news, head on down to the replies to stream the band's humorous new video for "Yellowism". The song will hit the sweet spot for fans of Proceed, The Arusha Accord, and Corelia.
More information on "Yellowism" can be found here.
Pretty good! Check out "The Robot with Human Hair pt. 4" below. Acceptance Speech is due out October 8.
There's a pretty fantastic video making the rounds of Letlive's Jason Butler absolutely killing his guest spot on Pierce the Veil's "Tangled in the Great Escape" while not wearing very much at all. Check it below.
The More I See's video for "The Eye that Offends" has a nice Star Wars backdrop. Check it out below.
British prog rockers The Safety Fire have released a video for "Red Hatchet," from their album Mouth of Swords. You can peep it below.
Maybe it's just nostalgia, but I'm super excited for War Generation. The band consists of Jon Bunch, Brad from Maylene and Chad from IGNITE, and will be dropping their debut album Start Somewhere Never Surrender on September 3 via Rise Records. Peep a song below.
Check out August Burns Red's video for "Fault Lines" below.
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